The illogic character of drug trafficking: Counterintuitive routes and strategies

A Talk by Professor Anna Sergi, Luca Raineri, Josefina Salomon, Carolina Sampó and Christian Vianna de Azevedo
Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Journalist/Researcher, Conicet, Argentina and

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1. Anna Sergi

Cocaine & the Port: a case study of the port of Piraeus between utopias of security, urban relations, and displacement of policing efforts

2. Luca Raineri

The Saharan route: long, dangerous, expensive, yet resilient

3. Christian Vianna de Azevedo

Cocaine Trafficking in West Africa and the crime-terror nexus

4. Carolina Sampó

Counterintuitive routes of cocaine from the Southern Cone of South America

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Professor Anna Sergi

Professor at the University of Essex in the UK where she lectures on criminology, organised crime and crimes of globalisation.

Carolina Sampó

PhD in Social Sciences. Master's degree in International Studies. Bachelor in Political Sciences.

Christian Vianna de Azevedo

Special Agent. PhD in International Relations. 20 + years of experience in countering TOC and Terrorism in diverse environments across different continents.

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